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7 Must-Try Restaurants in Vegas

Posted By: Exodusadmin Date: 25/10/2022

Las Vegas is home to the best nightclubs on the planet, but it’s also a melting pot of delicacies for foodies in search of a diverse dining experience.  

Visiting Las Vegas gives you the opportunity to dine under the expanse of Sin City’s neon sky.  From Michelin star restaurants all the way to bussin’ Mexican cuisine, you will find must-visit restaurants in every corner of the city. 

Don’t forget to come hungry, because you gotta take a bite out of Vegas with a healthy appetite. Life’s a party—and we’re celebrating these top seven must-try restaurants in Las Vegas!

Las Vegas’ Best Restaurants 

    1. Picasso
    2. Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen
    3. Tao Asian Bistro
    4. Yolo’s Mexican Grill
    5. Amalfi by Bobby Flay
    6. Peppermill and Fireside Lounge
    7. Mon Ami Gabi Bistro

1. Picasso

Picasso restaurant

Based on the name alone, you can already tell that this restaurant is super bougie. 

Picasso has been awarded two Michelin stars for its extraordinary cuisines, so it’s undoubtedly one of the best must-try restaurants in Vegas.

On top of their incredible Spanish and French menu, Picasso will pass your vibe check with its sophisticatedly classic atmosphere. The walls are the main character, as they are all dolled up with artwork by the restaurant’s namesake. 

For dinner with a view, settle in on the patio that overlooks the iconic Bellagio fountains. Just like the paintings of Pablo Picasso himself, Picasso restaurant is a true masterpiece. 

2. Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen

 Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen’s Beef Wellington

This Las Vegas restaurant may have the word “hell” in its name, but the food is 100% heaven

Getting a reservation at Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen is not easy, but it’s worth trying for, no doubt. 

The restaurant is an homage to the famous chef’s TV show, Hell’s Kitchen, with a whopping 8,000 sq. m. of themed space. This culinary haven features an interior bar, two dining rooms, a showcase kitchen, and retail space. 

The entire menu will live in your head rent-free, but Gordon Ramsay would probably disapprove if you didn’t order the wildly famous beef Wellington and pan-seared scallops. 

3. Tao Asian Bistro

 Crispy Coconut Shrimp with Spicy Thai Peanut Sauce

Pan-Asian food lovers will fall head over heels for the richly exquisite culinary choices at Tao Asian Bistro

To find this restaurant, just follow the smell of magic to the Venetian Resort and Casino. The place is a total mood that is driven by lush silk draperies, century-old stones, and a Japanese infinity pool that is home to tons of gorgeous Koi fish. 

The ambiance is completed by a 20-foot Buddha statue that towers above the 400-seat, two-level dining area. We’d be lying if we said our favorite thing on the menu wasn’t the Wagyu ribeye steak and crispy coconut shrimp with spicy Thai peanut sauce.  

4. Yolo’s Mexican Grill

Yolo’s Mexican Grill dishes on a table

For your taco fix, Yolo’s Mexican Grill will be your must-try restaurant in Vegas. 

But mind you, these will most likely be the best tacos your palate has ever tasted! Yolo’s Mexican Grill is located at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. The festive Insta-worthy aesthetic of this place gives off a modern tribute to Mexican culture—and it’s undeniably beautiful. 

You will find yourself in foodie paradise when you sink your teeth into their traditional Mexican dishes that have been creatively infused with international twists from all over the globe. You might taste a little Caribbean, South American, and Pacific Rim here and there! 

Oh, and don’t forget to pair your dish with one of their 60 tequilas or fresh fruit margaritas, because those are BUSSIN’. 

5. Amalfi by Bobby Flay

Pasta “Rags” all’arrabiata, with Calabrian chile and bufala mozzarella

You don’t need to fly to Europe to taste the flavors of Italy and the Mediterranean, because you can dig in at Amalfi by Bobby Flay.  

This restaurant pulls out all the stops with a menu peppered with all the good stuff, like Calabrian chiles, luscious pasta, and piquant seafood dishes. 

While you savor the flavors of the hour, you can kick back and marvel at the coastal-inspired aesthetic that was made for the perfect backdrop to your night out. 

6. Peppermill and Fireside Lounge

Peppermill and Fireside Lounge’s interior

Peppermill and Fireside Lounge is practically a celeb in the restaurant scene. And we bet that you’ll get deja vu when you walk in coz you’ve seen it featured in a bunch of movies before! 

Being the epitome of straight-up glitzy, this restaurant dazzles with a flashy neon motif, trees sprawled over booths, and an overall bougie look. 

The coolest thing about Peppermill and Fireside Lounge is that they seeeeerve their signature cuisines on massive plates that meet the demand of a good appetite.  

7. Mon Ami Gabi Bistro

Mon Ami Gabi Bistro

Las Vegas has an Eiffel Tower of its own. And while it may look stunning, don’t just stare at it… eat at it! Mon Ami Gabi is a charming French bistro situated at the base of the faux Eiffel Tower in Paris Las Vegas.  

Whether you grab a seat here for brekky, brunch, lunch, or dinner, the view of the Bellagio fountains slays. 

Eat, Party, Repeat 

After going all out at the top must-try restaurants in Las Vegas, you’re all fueled and ready to party like a rockstar at the hottest music festivals on the Strip.

Plan an epic weekend at the Exodus Festival where you can enjoy the best of Las Vegas as you see the hottest artists take the stage. With one All Access Pass, you can gain entry to premium hotels, casinos, nightclubs, and pool parties. Amp up your weekend by indulging in Las Vegas’ food culture while having the best weekend of your life.

Get more info on the festival, passes, and more to plan the perfect Sin City getaway. 

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